Arrangements of singularities and proper partitions of Dynkin diagrams
Part of the Progress in Mathematics book series (PM, volume 109)
We associate to every isolated singularity of an analytic function and to every tame polynomial a bilinear form, namely the intersection form (.,.) in the vanishing homology group H.
KeywordsHomology Group Dynkin Diagram Cyclic Change Distinguished Base Simple Singularity
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